“Leadership is not about titles, positions, or flow charts. It is about one life influencing another.”
—John Maxwell, American Leadership Author
The subject of leadership has fascinated mankind for millennia. We can all recall fantastic accounts of great leaders, recorded in various ways.
Who are some of the greatest leaders you recall? Which of them makes the list for their noteworthy contributions?
Unfortunately, many of us consider leadership a rarity, with only a very select and limited list of people who deserve the acknowledgement.
If, however, we remove the need for titles and look to see who has influenced others, we discover that we, too, are leaders for ourselves and others on a daily basis.
Where and how can you further your development and mastery as a leader with an even more positive and lasting influence on others?